The idea of buying an old flagship model at a cheap price sounds great. Not too old, the Samsung Galaxy S5 was a flagship model in 2014 which can be currently bought for $259.99. Take note that you can only buy its unlocked version from Daily Steals, with offer valid till Feb. 1.
There are additional surprises with the offer, according to CNET. Those who place orders for the phone before 12 p.m., will receive the delivery of the product on the same day. Otherwise, orders placed after 12 p.m. will take one to two weeks to reach any specified address. In addition, the deal comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee and a 60-day exchange policy.
Having a model number SM-G900A, the Galaxy S5 is compatible with the LTE networks of T-Mobile and AT&T. However, the phone’s LTE networks won’t work on Sprint and Verizon. Noted for amazing features, the Galaxy S5 offers three color versions to choose from, white, gold and black. It has a 5.1-inch display screen with 1080p super AMOLED screen and is powered by Snapdragon 801 processor and 2GB of RAM.
Another highlighting feature is that the phone runs on Android Lollipop and is due to receive Android Marshmallow update in April. However, Phone Arena reports that a few consumers have already started receiving the update. Water and dust cannot cause harm to the internals of the phone owing to its water and dust-resistant features. Tucked with a 16GB internal storage space and a 16GB rear camera, the handset performs smoothly.
A while ago, Daily Steals was reportedly on the brink of losing its business owing to severe consumer issues. A lot of users complained about poor consumer service, poor shipping and overall dissatisfaction. However, the company was revived by appointing a new owner, according to whom, “Our new ownership and management comes from service backgrounds, so we understand the importance of transparency, consistency and accountability.”
For now, consumers are looking forward to the current deal on unlocked Samsung Galaxy S5 for a cheap price on Daily Steals. While the offer is for a limited period up to Feb. 1, the deal is expected to bring huge profits for its business.